I don't know about you guys but I find styling over the knee boots pretty tricky. They're an item that can look so so sophisticated when worn right, and are actually far more versatile than I originally thought! I think the first thing to think about when buying over the knee boots its the quality. This pair is from a new boutique boot brand, Ted & Muffy, who tailor make boots to fit each customer. This ensures the best fit (something which is a god send to me and my skinny legs and knobbly knees!), and the quality is so amazing. So I thought I would share five ways to style 'em!
With winter coming, over the knee boots are going to be in their element! I think this is possibly my favourite look out of the five. I love how they look under the long coat. I honestly felt so chic when I was wearing this, and will deffoooo be bringing this combination out again!
COAT: c/o MASSIMO DUTTI
JEANS: c/o URBAN OUTFITTERS
I definitely think over the knee boots are a pretty damn sexy item, and not being much of a sexy dresser I sort of wanted to tone that down a little bit. So adding a bit of menswear seemed like a good choice! Blue denim also lets the boots really be the focus of the outfit.
SHIRT: T.M LEWIN
You guys all know I am a bit of a lazy dresser at heart. So whats better than spicing up a knit and jeans with amazing shoes?? Amazing shoes are always the cornerstone of my outfits, and allow me to go out and about in the most minimal combinations and still feel excited about my outfit.
JEANS: c/o FRENCH CONNECTION
Wearing a dress with over the knee boots is all about how much thigh you want to show. Too much runs the risk of making everything look a little trashy, but just the right amount can look so sophisticated. I went with a flowing dress that has lots of movement when I walk, so the amount of skin on show would vary with my movements. And of course all black always keeps things chic.
DRESS: c/o FRENCH CONNECTION
Combining a bit of androgynous dressing and the thigh flashing! A shirt dress looks great with pretty much everything, and add a jacket that is slightly shorter for a layered look.
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